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Gibsons recycling bins stay until SWMP complete

It appears the Sunshine Coast Regional District's (SCRD) recycling bins in Gibsons will stay put at Park Plaza mall, at least until the board is ready to make some big picture decisions on the future of recycling.

A farewell and a new beginning

A fine memorial service was held for Walter McPhee at Cooper's Green on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010. Rescue boats came from Unit 14, Gibsons, and Unit 61, Pender Harbour, as well as the two vessels belonging to Unit 12, Halfmoon Bay.

Photo essay captures life after devastating fall

Two years ago, a three-metre fall from a scaffold turned Simon Paradis's life upside down.

Housing forum set for Nov. 19

The Sunshine Coast Community Services Society as part of the Homelessness Outreach Project (HOP) pilot project has recently completed a Needs and Strengths Assessment for the Sunshine Coast, and will present the findings of this report, with a range

Community school, RCMP presents parents' forum

The Sunshine Coast RCMP and the Halfmoon Bay Community School are teaming up to present a child predator and on-line safety awareness forum. The presentation will take place on Thursday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. at Chatelech Secondary School in Sechelt.

McKenna named youth intervention officer

Story: Const. Bill McKenna has been named the Coast's new youth intervention officer -a position which partners the Sunshine Coast RCMP with School District No. 46 (SD46) in the goal of promoting safe schools.

New program helps homeless Coast youth

A new program will provide short-term accommodation for homeless Sunshine Coast youth, so that they can regroup, arrange for welfare and longer-term housing and stabilize their lives.

Sechelt man honoured for service in Malaysian Emergency

Fifty years ago, Sechelt resident Peter Langfield was tromping around the Malaysian jungle as a member of Her Majesty's Armed Forces, keeping the peace at the tail end of a 12-year long guerrilla war with communist insurgents.

St. Bart's turning to rentals to avoid bankruptcy

Facing impending bankruptcy, St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church in Gibsons is looking for creative ways to survive in the 21st century. Members of St.

NDP picks new candidate

The three major federal parties now have candidates in place for the riding of West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country and are set for an election run.